CLOUD HOSTING PLATFORMS DETAILS
There are few hosting platforms apart from the famous ones in the market. Cloud Hosting Platforms are the software substructures for a cloud computing amenity. It also includes the use of various applications that help users to create and even manage their own accounts online.
Cloud Hosting is the new paced trend in the online world. People and companies are shifting vastly to cloud computing.
From its data centers in Berlin, SysEleven offers its own OpenStack-based SysEleven Stack as a public cloud. It starts with 1 vCPU, 4 GB RAM, and 50 GB of space on local SSD or distributed memory, which can be expanded as required. This includes traffic, a load balancer, API calls, and regularly updated documentation. If you need more support, you can get it via a ticket system. DDoS protection is optionally available at an additional cost. Managed cloud offers are also in the portfolio, where many cloud tasks are taken off your hands. By the way, you can also host and manage Kubernetes containers with the MetaKube offer – in addition to AWS and Azure, also on SysEleven’s own stack.
Telekom Cloud / Magenta Cloud
While the Telekom with IaaS and PaaS is aimed at companies, the Magenta Cloud is intended for private users. The Telekom Cloud offering also includes managed clouds for medium-sized and large companies as well as an app cloud for Salesforce.
The provider is an expert in shop systems and uses fast disks and Nginx to deliver websites faster. Shop hosting is available from Timmehosting for 29.95 euros per month, for more demanding projects a private cloud can be booked for 514.50 euros, and in between, there are four other packages for numerous use cases.
As an e-commerce expert, Root360 cannot ignore AWS and works closely with the company as a managed cloud provider. The advantages are the high scalability and a managed Docker and Kubernetes service. The provider also migrates to AWS.
Stratos cloud server is very manageable with a single offer and is billed to the hour with a credit system, in which a CPU vCore, 100 gigabytes of hard disk space, or a gigabyte of RAM cost one credit or one cent each.
The net cup makes up for its small offer with unbeatable low prices. You can choose between the classic root server or the cloud version as a vServer for 0.4 cents per hour. Care and maintenance by Netcup are optional.
The third provider with “Net” in its name – Netways – offers you Infrastructure as a Service with OpenStack, Kubernetes container management, and data storage with Ceph from its data centers in Nuremberg. Building on all of these, there are also freely scalable hosting solutions including API, VPN, and S3-compatible backend as well as snapshot creation. The Netways Cloud starts at 55 cents a day – and thanks to its scalability, it is open to the top.
The former Host Europe subsidiary Plusserver offers managed cloud services for public and private clouds as well as advice and services on migration. A number of well-known companies host at Plusserver, including Bayer, Deutsche Bahn, Renault, Toyota, Rewe Group, Verivox, and Zalando. The cloud solutions can be customized accordingly at Plusserver and are offered from the data center in Cologne.
The Texan company Rackspace specializes in public clouds and hosts and manages as a global player for a large number of industries and customers. Rackspace supports a number of platforms and offers the full range of cloud and managed services. The servers are located in the USA and England as well as in Germany’s server city Frankfurt am Main.